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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Red Rocks on 2001-07-07

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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Red Rocks on 2001-07-07


Topics Live concert


Jam>
Shakedown Street>
Blue Sky
Lay Of The Sunflower
Mason's Children>
Built To Last Jam>
Help On The Way>
Slipknot!>
The Eleven>
Slipknot!>
Franklin's Tower>
Dark Star>
Lucy In The Sky>
Dark Star>
I Know You Rider
Encore:
Saint Stephen >
Not Fade Away


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue Red Rocks
Location Morrison, Colorado

Source Bertha Remaster of the Official Soundboard Release by jashley@deadacated.com.SBD>>DAT>>SHN>>WAV>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA
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Bertha Remaster of the Official Soundboard Release by jashley@deadacated.com.
SBD>>DAT>>SHN>>WAV>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA

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Reviewer: yoshimi - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 12, 2016
Subject: Get your wristbands on
Hey now folks. 00 and 01 are the years for Phil. The two best years of phils career. Set lists are great,songs are tight and a great groove. Go back to it folks. Trust me. This show just sounds so good. Have fun
Reviewer: Bzl - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 10, 2016
Subject: fantastic!
This is a good reminder as to how awesome this band was; it's the best post-Jerry Dead music has to offer. The opening jam > Shakedown is great, and the Mason's is beyond... well, just beyond!

Can't wait to get to the second set!

Impeccable sound, too.
Reviewer: jjdigby - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 8, 2014
Subject: FFP
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Reviewer: erosionhead421 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 25, 2013
Subject: Best I've found.
I've downloaded and burned ALOT of these Phil shows and this is absolutely the best one in my opinion. The guitar work is smoking hot and Phil and the whole band seem to really be putting their whole collective effort into this performance. Too bad I wasn't there. Very grateful to be able to own a super copy of it . Also the Bertha remasters of PAF shows are my favorite . Thanks to everyone who makes it possible to share in this great music.
Reviewer: Dylan M - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 13, 2012
Subject: A personal favorite
Didn't make it to this show. This could be my favorite recording from the Q.

The Jam into Shakedown is beyond description. So much fluid interplay and speedy solos, all improvised. Sorry to dog on Furthur, but they have nothing on the Q. Not trying to make it a pissing contest, just saying that this is probably the best post-Grateful Dead lineup, and this performance is especially wonderful. Listen to Help>Slip jam too.

Ahh Barraco!
Reviewer: cerfmon - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 5, 2010
Subject: This show already in the Pantheon of show of shows...just absolutely killer...
...people are well advised to never invoke "7-7-2001" in any comparison concernin' post-Jerry shows of any subsequent incarnation of survivin' head Deads...tis tantamount to bein' sacriligious...or some such...it approaches heresy...there can be no comparison..."7-7-2001" has long since taken its rightful place in the Pantheon as one of the exalted show of shows...by any musical artist...thunder ripped n'roared n'thrashed itself mightily against the walls of Red Rocks that eve..the Rocks were ripped assunder n'reassembled...shard by shard...exposed to its core...its very soul was touched...exquisite epiphanies were revealed n'reveled in by the assembled masses...& some even fully realized by a chosen few...secondary & tertiary after effects were launched like cosmic blasts expelled from a newly coalesced sun...all souls in communion fortunate enough to be in attendance that eve...were forever n'gloriously marked by the utterly sublime & mythic emanations released during the course of that show..."7-7-2001" will live forever amidst the mythos...a show of shows...accorded a place within the inner sanctum of the holy of holys...it confers upon no other show any sort of fairness or justice to be subjected to comparison with "7-7-2001"...the latter should simply be enjoyed and reveled in unto itself...sui generis...there is no comparison...there can be no substitute...there is only the one...all should reconcile themselves to merely enjoying its limitless, unending & unfathomable joys...as a gift from on high...n'leave it at that...it is what it is...simply...n'irrevocably...an emanation of...the divine language...to be experienced...n'shared...n'pondered...agin n'agin n'agin...
Reviewer: buck78 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 24, 2009
Subject: paradise waits
I dont care what anyone says. this kicks ass! I know p&f is a different take on dead music, but this pretty much beats anything the dead did from 92 onward. yeah, there are some flubs, but any dead show has 'em, too. I would never make any unfair comparisons. Garcia is the most inspiring and uplifting guitar player ever, but, as far as post dead, Warren definitely has something to offer.
Reviewer: ricepaddy - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 29, 2006
Subject: Better than 5 stars
This was my first PLQ download, and still one of my favorites. This show deserves 5 stars for the setlist alone. But the quintet plays so well you're brain will melt out of your ears onto your shoulders. Highly recommended!
Reviewer: vadead - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 8, 2005
Subject: This show smokes
Shakedown, Mason's, Blue Sky, Help, Slip, Franklin's. The first person to comment is an idiot! One of the best shows period, this includes the G.D., the Dead etc.
Reviewer: mikem37 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 20, 2005
Subject: *****
dont listen to the first guys review

this couldnt sound any better
Reviewer: Wavey Davey - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 5, 2005
Subject: No Worry's
Due to file type I couldn't dl the other sbd (original) so I reluctantly took this one. i found it to be quite enjoyable and a really fine phonic mix. I also had no major issues with fadeouts etc.. Lesson folks; Dont let others' reviews spoil your good time. This show gets 5 smiles from me! Thanks Jay!
Reviewer: geronimo1 - favorite - August 14, 2005
Subject: beware!
Without trying to insult Bertha, I must inform those wishing to obtain this show that this "remastering" has resulted in skipped portions (disk 2; between tracks 2 and 3) and illogical sequencing of disc cutoffs (disc 3 begins in the middle of a Dark Star sandwich, absolutely no reason for this). The official soundboard release is absolutely perfect (the last version offered in the archive list of available copies).
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